How COVID-19 vaccines make it around the world

Aminata Kalokoh is a nurse in Sierra Leone. She and her colleagues worked with CARE to introduced the Community Scorecard, a process developed by CARE through the Advancing Partners project designed to incorporate inclusive governance practices into health service delivery. Photo: Shantelle Spencer

The world was able to administer 1 billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine within 4 months of starting widespread vaccination campaigns. See how CARE is jumping in to support vaccination efforts in 23 countries around the world:

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Video: The world is better when she leads too

Video: The world is better when she leads too

Women are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis—as health care workers, community leaders, caregivers—mobilizing the individuals, communities and support needed to build a more equal, more resilient world.

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15 Minutes on Localizing and Decolonizing Aid

15 Minutes to Change the World - CARE Canada's podcast

In the final episode of our March4Women series, we speak with Everjoice Win, an activist in feminist and social justice movements in her country, Zimbabwe, the African continent and globally for over 30 years. Everjoice speaks passionately about decolonizing aid and localization in the context of international development and humanitarian work—and how women are leading the charge in this very critical area.

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Our best shot to end COVID-19

COVID-19 vaccination in Bangladesh, March 2021. Photo: Asafuzzaman Captain/CARE Bangladesh

In the global vaccine debate about who pays for doses, how much they cost, and how to ship them to lower income countries, the world is overlooking the most important factor: Who makes sure people get vaccines?

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